News archive from 3 May 2012, page 6

Title glory for Madrid and Mourinho

Real Madrid clinched their first Primera Division title since 2008 after beating Athletic Bilbao 3-0. Barcelona's 4-1 win over Malaga earlier meant Madrid had to win at San Mames in Wednesday's late game to seal a record 32nd La Liga crown. They did...

People, 00:16 in Sport
 
MORNING MEETING

MORNING MEETING

Just a week after the Office for National Statistics said the economy had shrunk by 0.2 per cent in the first three months of the year, the CBI today puts out its latest forecast. It has trimmed its prediction for 2012 from 0.9 per cent growth to 0.6...

 

Gerrard backing for Hodgson

England midfielder Steven Gerrard believes Roy Hodgson took the Liverpool manager's job at the wrong time but has given the 64-year-old his full backing as national team boss. Hodgson endured a difficult 191-day reign at Anfield which resulted in his...

 
Nature-inspired materials could help camouflage

Nature-inspired materials could help camouflage

Smart clothes that change colour could help people to camouflage - just like squid and zebrafish do, say scientists. A team at the University of Bristol has developed artificial muscles that mimic the colour-changing ability of squid. The technology...

 
NICKY BARMBY CALLS IN LMA TO HELP RESOLVE HULL DISPUTE

NICKY BARMBY CALLS IN LMA TO HELP RESOLVE HULL DISPUTE

NICKY BARMBY has called in the League Managers Association to help resolve his dispute with Hull, after being suspended earlier this week.

Daily Star, 00:12 in Sport
 
Games 'not immune' to cyber attacks

Games 'not immune' to cyber attacks

UK Government computer networks are "regularly targeted" by foreign intelligence agencies and groups working on their behalf, a Cabinet minister has said. And Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude, speaking during a visit to Estonia, warned...

 
Lockerbie bombing: Lord Advocate and FBI boss fly to Libya for summit

Lockerbie bombing: Lord Advocate and FBI boss fly to Libya for summit

THE Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland has flown to Libya to meet the Libyan prime minister Abdurahim el-Keib to discuss the investigation into the Lockerbie bombing, it has emerged. • Frank Mulholland and Robert Mueller have flown to Libya to discuss...

Scotsman, 00:14 in Politics
 
NEMANJA VIDIC'S AGENT RULES OUT CLIENT'S MOVE TO JANUARY

NEMANJA VIDIC'S AGENT RULES OUT CLIENT'S MOVE TO JANUARY

Vidic has been out since rupturing knee ligaments in December, and Silvano Martina said: “A future in Italy? You have to consider he has a non-EU passport and that would make it difficult for him to arrive in Serie A. I can assure you that I have...

 
EARNINGS AT BAE RELY ON SAUDI JET DEAL

EARNINGS AT BAE RELY ON SAUDI JET DEAL

The company said it needed agreement with Riyadh over the second phase of a deal, known as Salam, for 72 Eurofighter Typhoons to achieve a modest rise in underlying profits. BAE and its partners in the Eurofighter consortium have delivered 24 jets to...

 
NORWICH PREPARE £2M BID FOR DERBY MIDFIELDER JEFF HENDRICK

NORWICH PREPARE £2M BID FOR DERBY MIDFIELDER JEFF HENDRICK

NIGEL CLOUGH faces a battle to prevent midfielder Jeff Hendrick leaving Derby this summer, with Norwich preparing a £2m bid.

Daily Star, 00:12 in Sport
 
LEEDS MIDFIELDER ADAM CLAYTON ON TRANSFER LIST

LEEDS MIDFIELDER ADAM CLAYTON ON TRANSFER LIST

LEEDS midfielder Adam Clayton is one of six first-team players placed on the transfer list, with goalkeeper Maik Taylor, 40, joining Millwall on a one-year contract.

Daily Star, 00:12 in Sport
 
Michael Kelly: Always be careful when casting the first stone

Michael Kelly: Always be careful when casting the first stone

RELIGIOUS leaders must speak out on moral issues- and be ready for the inevitable backlash, writes Michael Kelly Our readers were well ahead of me in reacting to Cardinal O’Brien’s attack on the coalition government. Its economic policy was immoral,...

Scotsman, 00:14 in Politics
 
WETHERSPOON'S GAINS

WETHERSPOON'S GAINS

The 800-strong chain, founded by chairman Tim Martin, said sales at pubs open for more than a year increased 2 per cent for the third quarter to April as those for the group as a whole, reflecting new openings, rose by 8.4 per cent. About 3 million...

 
ARSENE WENGER LASHES OUT AT THE DISCIPLINARY SYSTEM IN ENGLISH FOOTBALL

ARSENE WENGER LASHES OUT AT THE DISCIPLINARY SYSTEM IN ENGLISH FOOTBALL

Wenger said: “Basically we are in the position where, if somebody takes a player's leg off, if the referee has seen it and misjudged it, the player gets away with it. For me that is not acceptable.”

 
KEEPER DAVID JAMES PLANS CHARITY EVENING

KEEPER DAVID JAMES PLANS CHARITY EVENING

FORMER England international goalkeeper David James is preparing to host a charity evening at Exeter races this month. James, who was not offered a new contract by Bristol City, does not intend to hang up his gloves just yet and is hoping to encourage...

Daily Star, 00:12 in Sport
 


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